Batman: Season 2, Episode 48

The Joker's Epitaph (16 Feb. 1967)

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The Joker is now Vice Chairman of the Gotham National Bank, due to an unsuccessful plan of Batman's. He installs his robots as tellers, and despite his criminal past, seems to be running ... See full summary »

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Madge Blake ...
Aunt Harriet Cooper (credit only)
Phyllis Douglas ...
Josie
Clint Ritchie ...
Boff
Ed Deemer ...
Yock
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Mr. Glee
J. Edward McKinley ...
Mr. Flamm
Oscar Beregi Jr. ...
Dr. Floyd (as Oscar Beregi)
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The Joker is now Vice Chairman of the Gotham National Bank, due to an unsuccessful plan of Batman's. He installs his robots as tellers, and despite his criminal past, seems to be running things in perfect order. The Dynamic Duo realize they will have to trick him into making a mistake in order to remove him. They go to work on a plan to gain control of his robots. But that plan is jeopardized when, due to an odd turn of events, Batman's true identity Bruce Wayne is declared mentally ill and hauled off in a straight-jacket. Written by Twenty Penguins

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In this episode the Joker has vehicle, aptly referred to as the "Jokemobile". It started life as the "Mongrel T" built by George Barris. After starring with Elvis in Easy Come, Easy Go. See more »

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Batman: That's the trouble with robots, Robin. They lack even the most minimal sense of loyalty.
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